Irish bagpipes solo, HMV IM1001. The first jig is a complex tune, derived from the Scottish Niel Gow's Lament for (the Death of) his Brother. Leo really shows his command of the regulators in the Girl at the Spinning Wheel, most notably with his marvelous syncopation and the big gC - gB chord at the end of each part. A friend who played Leo's pipes said they fairly played themselves, they were so airtight and had such light playing reeds, which goes far to explain how he could casually use effects like this in a seemingly effortless manner.
More of Leo's 78 RPM recordings may be heard on the CD "Classics of Irish Piping" on the Topic label. Leo's 50s LP Ri Na Bpiobairi (The King Of The Pipers) has also been reissued on CD. Walton's has published an excellent book of Leo's transcriptions, the Leo Rowsome Collection of Irish Music.